Monday, March 30, 2009

Coconut semiya payasam



We wish all our friends and well wishers and every andhraite and kannadiga a very happy and prosperous Ugadi. We pray to Lord Venkateswara to bless all with a great year.
Payasam in South India is kheer in hindi. Coconut semiya kheer is one of the many varities of kheer that we make.

Preparation time: 20-25 mins.



Ingredients

Semiya/sewai (vermicelli)1 cup
Milk (paalu) 1 ½ cup
Sugar ½ cup
Dry coconut powdered (endukobbari podi) ¼ cup
Almond powder(badam mix) 2 tsp
Cardamom(Elaichi) 2
Cashews (kaju) 4-5
Raisins (kismis) 4-5
Pistachio(Pista) 4-5
Saffron (kum kumpuvvu/zaffran) 3-4
Ghee 5 tsp.

Method:
Slightly roast the semiya in ghee. Not until it is brown but till it turns a little orange.
Put 1/2 cup sugar to one cup of water and bring it to a boiling consistency and put the roasted semiya into it and keep a lid and put off the stove. Keep it aside.

Take one and half cup of milk and keep it on a stove allowing it to boil. Now add 4 spoons of sugar and 2 tsp of badam mix, elaichi powder and saffron.

Now in another vessel, take 2 tsp ghee and roast cashews and raisins. Add them to the milk.

After the semiya softens in the other vessel, add the flavored milk into that or vice versa.

Stir for two minutes. Now add the powdered dry coconut (endu kobbari podi kottindi).
Stir for a minute. Garnish with Almonds (badam) and Pistachio (Pista) and rose petals.

Serve hot or cold, coconut-semiya payasam tastes awesome either way. A perfect dish on any festival menu.

12 comments:

Pavan said...

this one is a verrrry special dish!!! ;)

Shrini said...

hello g and n, coconut payasam looks awesome, but what i really really want is hyd style mirchi bajji recipe. I may try to make it for you if and when u visit me in bangalore, but most of it will be consumed by me im afraid

Pratnee said...

Hello Shrini:)

Thank You So Much! This is the first ever time someon has referred to me also as G!!:))

The Mirchi bajjis are on the way:)

9 said...

Ugadi Subakankshalu! Konchem latega :P
Kaani evara Virodhi?
(Thana kopame Thana Satruvu.. Thana shaantiye Thanaku Raksha.. ?)

Pratnee said...

@ 9..

Late aina latest ga:P

shashidhar said...

Nice blog....prats n Nee.....chalne do....

Pratnee said...

Thank you Shashi:)

Madhurjya (Banjo) said...

really tasty :)

Madhurjya (Banjo) said...

one tasty treat :)

Pratnee said...

ThanK you Banjo:)

Ravi Teja said...

Most of the dishes and recipes show above are.. UMMM.. I loved the fruits related stuff as Am a fruti freak.. Keep posting.. I ll try each one of them

Pratnee said...

Thank You Ravi Teja:) Please do keep visiting the blog and trying out the dishes:)

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